I have been thinking that I need to change the name of this blog because when I started it I primarily talked about rock music but I haven’t done that in a long time. For the life of me, I can’t figure out what to call it. Maybe you can help me figure it out? Pretty please?
So apparently today is Middle Child Day, which has gone largely ignored, as is the case with middle children. How appropriate. This article highlights the “holiday”, and, to top it all off, the link to famous middle children in the article actually links to an article about first born traits. Seriously? Are they just trying to permanently wound us?
The middle child syndrome is a non-clinical ailment that affects many middle children as theyoften feel overlooked, ignored, passed over and “unfavored” (in comparison to first borns and last borns). I used to feel like this but I got over it. I just like to wield it as a weapon when I can get away with it 😀
Another thing, what’s with apocalyptic movies these days? Is there a message being passed or are we just very fascinated by the end of the world? Did anyone know that World War Z was about zombies? Yeah, I know, the ‘Z’ should have been a strong hint, but not to me.
On the prevalent quarter-life crisis affecting my friends and peers worldwide (since today I have an opinion about everything; I mean, isn’t that why you came here, to seek my valid opinion?), I read something very interesting today: millenials, i.e. products of the current generation, are in a world with limitless options. This makes making a decision so much harder and we are often caught in analysis-paralysis, unable to make a decision. The article advised that we should do something. If there is something you are interested in, do it. If there is something you suspect you could be good at, try it. Among all the options you have in front of you, pick one. It doesn’t have to be perfect, well-thought-out-to-bits, or have more pros than cons. Honestly, I’ve wasted so much time analysing instead of DOING.
Just do it!!